New In Touch Loops: Chromatic Fantasies & Melodic Techno Samples
Looking to add some Tom Misch inspired jazz hip-hop into your collection? Feeling inspired by the tones of Jon Hopkins and on the look out for some fresh melodic techno samples..?! Well, look no further.
This month we've dug deep into the these eclectic worlds, showcasing the finest session musicians, expert mixing techniques and showcased a few tips on just how to sound like your favourite artists. Here's a few of the hits:
Desert Jazz Moods - Tom Misch tinged Jazz Hip-Hop Loops.
Inspired by the soulful tones of Tom Misch & Yussef Dayes seminal album ‘What kinda Music’, Desert Jazz Moods fuses together the finest of jazz hip-hop loops with authentic, 70’s wah guitars, filtered classic breaks and expertly saturated Rhodes licks.
Formed into 12 iconic kits, you’ll find those truly authentic 70’s psychedelic vibes that showcase a producer right on the top of his game. From the warm tones of classic Fender P-Bass to the gritty textures of a stunning Wurlitzer, you just know this one will hit the mark.
Chromatic Fantasy - Futuristic, Lo-Fi melody Samples
Introducing Chromatic Fantasy – A collection of most authentic lo-fi melody samples, hip-hop inspired driving beats and rolling 808 subs. Fusing together genres ranging from Lo-Fi to ambient, electronica and hip-hop, this one of a kind sample pack is brimming with authentic cassette flavour and beautifully gritty loop content.
Celestial Techno - Melodic Techno samples & late night club essentials.
Inspired by the sounds of Lobster Theremin and Munich's Illian Tape label, Celestial Techno fuses together the finest melodic techno samples with iconic 90’s breakbeats, IDM rhythms, Lo-Fi aesthetics and system ready elements to form a truly authentic selection.
From the gritty, highly textured dub pads to the rolling analog rhythms, each sample has been meticulously mixed, filtered, processed and mastered ensuring the outcome is nothing but pure bliss. As always, we’ve pulled for our favourite pieces of hardware to ensure each sample is rich with harmonic content and drive.
The iconic tones of Jon Hopkins have been shrouded in secrecy. In our latest 'Creating The Sounds Of' series, Stu digs deep into the tips and techniques that Jon Hopkins uses when creating his eclectic sound pallet. Fusing together driving bass rhythms, melodic techno elements, lush pads and spacious ambience, we show you how to achieve these iconic sounds.
Find out more about creating the iconic sounds of Jon Hopkins HERE